Seanad Éireann (the Irish Senate) has rather unusual (unique?) constituencies.
- Three senators are elected by graduates of the University of Dublin.
- Three senators are elected by graduates of the National Universities of Ireland.
- Forty-three senators are elected in various panel elections.
43 elected from five special panels of nominees (known as Vocational Panels) by an electorate consisting of TDs (member of Dáil Éireann), senators and local councillors. Nomination is restrictive for the panel seats with only Oireachtas members and designated 'nominating bodies' entitled to nominate. Each of the five panels consists, in theory, of individuals possessing special knowledge of, or experience in, one of five specific fields. In practice the nominees are party members, often, though not always, failed or aspiring Dáil candidates. Wikipedia
The remaining eleven senators are directly appointed by the Taoiseach.
The vocational panels and the university constituencies are certainly odd. Are they actually unique?